Continuous evolution of project types coupled with innovative partnerships between facility owners, utility companies, and IoT companies are transforming how we identify, achieve and sustain energy efficiency. Following this approach, MIT's Efficiency Forward Program has achieved savings of 55 Million kWh and 1.5 Million therms. Come learn how.

Learning Objectives

  • Build a fiscally sound argument to obtain seed funding and support from senior leadership.
  • Initiate discussions with their Utility Company to identify additional opportunities for energy incentives beyond the traditional prescriptive path by leveraging unique partnerships and streamlining applications.
  • Understand how automated analytics on Building Automation Systems (BAS) data can be used to identify opportunities for energy savings and incentives.
  • Set goals and implement lessons learned for their own agreements with utilities to capture incentives.